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17 January 2020
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Author: Drbyos, Nouvelles du Monde

« L'industrie agricole n'est pas suffisamment attachée aux droits de l'homme », 14 Jan 2020...

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16 January 2020
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15 January 2020

Sweden: Report calls on sports retailers to disclose supply chain information to improve conditions for garment workers

Author: Fair Action

"Stuck in the starting blocks: Swedish sporting retailers on transparency", 15 January 2020...

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13 January 2020

Haiti: Farmers defend their land against industrial park through dialogue process

Author: Accountability Counse; ActionAid Haiti; Kolektif Peyizan Viktim Tè Chabè; Action pour la Reforestation et la Défense de l’Environnement (AREDE)

"When Hope is Power: Haitian Farmers Defend Land Rights in Historic Dialogue Process", January 2020...

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9 January 2020

Commentary: Worker organising can counter labour abuse in the Global South

Author: Elena Shih, Al Jazeera

"Worker organising can counter labour abuse in the Global South", 8 January 2020...

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5 January 2020

Cambodia: Workers and unions confederation calls on the govt. to engage with EU to maintain EBA in fear of mass job losses

Author: Vicheika Kann, Voice of America

"Worker Confederation: Gov’t Responsible If EBA Suspended", 4 January 2020...

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5 January 2020

Cambodia: Workers and unions mark 6th anniversary of deadly crackdown on minimum wage protests in January 2014

Author: Reaksmey Hul, VOA

"Unions to Mark 6th Anniversary Of Veng Sreng Crackdown", 2 January 2020...

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3 January 2020

Cambodia: IMF forecasts serious economic risks if EU withdraws EBA; unions and labour rights activists urge govt. to do more to save EBA

Author: Reaksmey Hul, VOA

"Unions Push Gov’t For EBA Talks As IMF Forecasts Serious Economic Risks", 1 January 2020...

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3 January 2020

Cambodia: The Ministry of Labour calls on garment workers to file complaints if factories fail to pay their seniority indemnity

Author: Savi Khorn, The Phnom Penh Post

"Workers told to complain if indemnity is not paid", 2 January 2020...

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